It is with the deepest sorrow that we record the tragic death of Ronald Hudson, at the early age of 28, while spending a holiday with a friend in Wales. He and his friend started from the Penygwryd Hotel early on Tuesday morning, September 20, and after climbing one of the Glydyrs descended to the foot of the Devil’s Kitchen by Lake Idwal, which they reached about one o’clock. Ronald Hudson was an enthusiastic rock climber, and would not be dissuaded from trying part of the ascent, although his companion was not sufficiently expert to go with him. A short half hour later he apparently dislodged a large rock, fell a considerable distance, and in all probability was instantly killed. When a search party with much difficulty found him some time after, he was dead. On the following Saturday he was laid to rest in Wandsworth Cemetery, by the side of his mother, whom he had lost when he was six years old. The heartfelt sympathy of his large circle of friends goes out to the sorrowing family, to his father, aunt and sisters, who have followed along the same path of knowledge as their brother with no less determination and success.